Nora Rupp (CH, 1981) lives and works in Lausanne. She studied photography at the School of Applied Arts in Vevey. In parallel to her artistic practice, Nora Rupp is the photographer of the Museum of Fine Arts in Lausanne. She develops and exhibits several artistic projects and she is particularly interested in portraits. Her questions and projects have become more engaged these last years. she questions herself more particularly on the figure of women and her condition in our society. On a larger scale, she wishes to raise questions about power relations in society  and about new ways of living together.


– 2022, Swiss Press Photo 2022 (2nd price), News category, project ‘Cabanes des possibles’
– 2020, Self-portraits of a Woman, Shortlisted, Award Photoforum PasquArt, Bienne, Suisse
– 2013, Ako, Foundation  BAT Switzerland, Zurich, Suisse, Selection of the Jury, Photo Award 2013
– 2011, Henro, Festival of Young European Photography, Selection of the Jury, Festival Circulation(s),Paris, France
– 2009, Sentier Battu, Selection of the Jury, Galerie Focale, Nyon, Suisse


– 2021, Self-portraits of a Woman, Forêt 11, Lausanne, Suisse
– 2020, Feminist strike, 2019, Lausanne XL-2, History Museum of Lausanne , Lausanne, Suisse
– 2013, Ako, Heterotopias, Espace Culturel Assens, Assens, Suisse
– 2011, Henro, Festival of Young European Photography, Festival Circulation(s), Paris, France
– 2009, Sentier Battu, Galerie Focale, Nyon, Suisse


– ‘Henro’, Nora Rupp, Suisse, 2010
– ‘Nous, au cœur de la Grève féministe’ (‘We, at the heart of the feminist strike’), Collectif Frauen*streikfotografinnen, Suisse, 2020